Wedding Fabric is a flat piece of soft material made up of tiny and soft objects which are crossed, knotted and connected. Woven fabrics are made up of yarns with cross-source relationships. Knitted fabrics are made up of yarns with a knotted relation. Nonwovens are made up of connected yarns. The third fabric is made up of yarns with a cross/loop relationship.
The fabric is formed when a number of yarns form a stable relationship. Crossing, knotting and joining are three stable structural relationships that yarns can form. To keep the fabric in stable shape and specific mechanical properties. All kinds of fabrics can be clearly understood by analyzing the yarn group and its running direction, running rule and forming relationship.